The last time Fox Chase actor David Bardeen was onstage at the Lantern Theater, he played the role of the chief rabbi of Amsterdam in the company’s remounting of the highly successful play New Jerusalem. It was the opening production this season.
In the Arden Theatre Company’s current production of Endgame, only four actors are on stage. Two of them, Nancy Boykin and Dan Kern of Elkins Park, play the roles of husband and wife — the same role they have in real life.
For its holiday show, the Walnut Street Theatre is presenting the award-winning musical The Music Man. Because the story involves a con man promising to teach children how to play in a marching band, the cast includes 30 local youngsters.
Northern Liberties resident Dan Schultz runs the show behind the scenes for the Walnut Street Theatre.
Fishtown resident and singer Sarah Beckham will perform in ‘La Boheme’ at the Prince Music Theater. It was the very opera that inspired her to start her performing career.
— For Northeast native Julie Czarnecki, some hysteria and a lot of facial expressions are necessary skills in the stage play 'God of Carnage.'
After spending years as a union organizer and sheet metal worker, Kensington’s Ron Jablonski has found a new career in alternative medicine.
The Academy of Vocal Arts presents “Pelleas et Melisande” by Debussy featuring Fishtowner Chloe Moore.
Fishtown's Mary Folino helps get actors in character as costume designer for Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap at the Walnut Street Theatre.
For its current holiday production, the Lantern Theater Company is presenting Noel Coward’s romantic comedy, Private Lives. Performances continue through Dec. 31.